DPS Climate Summit, brought to you by DPS Students for Climate Action

Who: DPS Students for Climate Action, youth climate organizers in Colorado

Where: East High School, 1600 City Park Esplanade. Denver, CO 80206

When: Friday, April 19, 4:00pm-7:30pm

What: Whether you’re a seasoned sustainability champion or new to the game, all are invited to learn and fight for a sustainable future at the second annual DPS Climate Summit, brought to you by the DPS Students for Climate Action.

Join students, staff, and community members as we empower each other to make a difference by learning how to contribute to climate action, hone leadership skills, and find your place in the District’s Climate Action Plan.

The keynote speaker is Madhvi Chittoor, a 13 year old Climate Justice Activist, the youngest U.N. Child Advisor, and founder of Madhvi4EcoEthics and the EcoEthics Global Movement. Madhvi has brought about large scale changes locally, nationally, and globally through advocacy and policy changes to protect our ecosystems, health, and climate.


Pueblo Earth Day Celebration “Let’s Choose Renewables Now!”

Who: Nuclear-Free Pueblo, Mothers Out Front Colorado, Pueblo Film Fest

Where: Fortino Ballroom, PCC Student Center

When: Saturday, April 20th, 10am-4pm

What: Come celebrate Earth Day together by celebrating the renewable energy movement. This event will be loaded with a wide range of vendors, food trucks, activities for children, and a drum circle for kids of all ages! We will also be showing some epic and informative documentaries on the benefits of renewable energy for all! This is a FREE event, fun and educational for the whole family. Face painting and start your own seedlings table for the kids.


Cultivando: Our Health > Cheap Gasoline | Nuestra Salud > Gasolina Barata

WHAT: Research Findings and Documentary with Q&A Presentation*
*Hybrid option available for the presentation of research findings, and in-person only for the documentary with Q&A portion of the program
WHEN: Monday, April 22nd, 2024 10am to 1:30pm
WHERE: Community Commons 1700, University of Denver 2055 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
WHO: Cultivando’s community, research partners and other collaborators
WHY: Raise visibility and support of Cultivando’s environmental justice efforts
QUÉ: Hallazgos de investigación y presentación de documental y coloquio*
*Opción virtual disponible para la presentación de datos y el documental con coloquio será sólo en persona
CUÁNDO: Lunes 22 de abril de 2024, de 10am a 1:30pm
DÓNDE: Auditorio “Community Commons 1700” de la Universidad de Denver 2055 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
QUIÉNES: La comunidad, socios de investigación y otros colaboradores de Cultivando
PARA QUÉ: Para mayor visibilidad y apoyo del trabajo de justicia ambiental de Cultivando
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14th annual Earth Day Fort Collins

Who: Fort Collins Sustainable Living Association + many community orgs including Sustainable Windsor and Climate Reality Project Northern Colorado

Where: Civic Center Park, Fort Collins, CO

When: April 20th, 11am-5pm

What: Earth Day Fort Collins inspires community members to honor the Earth EVERY DAY and features a combination of activities and events for the entire family, including informational booths and displays, kids activities, arts & crafts, live music, speakers, food trucks, farmers market and a beer garden.

Earth Day 2024 will be a historic moment when citizens of the world rise up in a united call for the creativity, innovation, ambition, and bravery that we need to meet our climate crisis and seize the enormous opportunities of a zero-carbon future.

This event is Free! Please bring a non-perishable item for the Food Bank for Larimer County.

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“Turning Trash Into Art” Workshop by Sustainable Windsor


Who: Sustainable Windsor

Where: Windsor Art & Heritage Center, 116 N. 5th St,

When: Saturday, April 20th, 1:00-2:30pm

What: Think outside the box to make art out of everyday materials at this exciting free workshop! Explore the world of upcycling with local professional artist Cornelia Davis. Guided by Cornelia, everyone will create a coaster out of magazine paper or a beautiful flower/snowflake out of paper towel tubes. Just in time for Earth Day, we’ll explore how we can use materials we already have to create art. Get your creativity flowing at this interactive workshop! Projects will be customized for different age groups. All supplies are provided. This is a child-without-parent program. Advance registration is required to reserve your spot; please register every child who will be attending.


Longmont Earth Day Celebration

Who: Sustainable Resilient Longmont 

When: Saturday, April 20th 2024, 10am-3pm

Where: Timberline PK-8 School, 233 E Mountain View Ave, Longmont, CO 80504

What: Join us for our 10th Anniversary, Planet vs. Plastic-themed, FREE family-friendly event! Featuring:

  • A live performance from Doctor Noize
  • Raptor Show from Rocky Mountain Raptor Program
  • Community Clean-Up in Centennial Park
  • Sustainable Fashion Show
  • Clothing Swap and Collection – bring your old clothes, all conditions accepted
  • All Ages Bike Ride – bike to Earth Day!

As always, there will be fun for the whole family, with upcycled arts and crafts projects, Ecological Virtual Reality Experience from the SVVSD Mobile Lab, educational booths, and baby goats from Growing Gardens. We’ll have music, food trucks, and more!

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Earth Justice Day Film Screening: The Vow From Hiroshima

Who: The Joanna Macy Center for Resilience and Regeneration

Where: Naropa University – Performing Arts Center

2130 Arapahoe Ave. Boulder, CO 80302

When: Wednesday, April 24 · 12 – 1:30pm MDT

What: A film screening and discussion featuring the film’s writer and producer, Mitchie Takeuchi.

Follow Setsuko Thurlow, a Hiroshima survivor, on her 75-year journey that channeled her horrific experience into life-long activism leading up to the moment the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) passed a landmark treaty moving the world closer towards eliminating all nuclear weapons. This extraordinary achievement received the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. This is a world premiere screening in the PBS format!

“The Vow From Hiroshima” is a poignant documentary that delves into the life of Setsuko Thurlow, a remarkable survivor of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima. At just 13 years old when the bomb devastated her city in 1945, Setsuko’s harrowing experience is vividly captured in this intimate portrait. The film chronicles her enduring friendship with second-generation survivor Mitchie Takeuchi, offering a moving narrative of resilience and determination.



Creating a Regenerative Future: A Happy Hour to Support Earth Day & Action


Who: The Alliance Center for Collective Action

Where: The Alliance Center – 1536 Wynkoop Street Denver, CO 80202

When: Thursday, April 25 · 4 – 6pm MDT

What: Join us during Earth Week for a happy hour with a purpose! On April 25th from 4-6pm, meet us at The Alliance Center for delicious food and drinks, lively conversation and inspiring fellowship with other advocates. The Alliance will share opportunities to support climate action taking place this spring, including upcoming volunteer days, bills to testify for, ballot initiatives to support and more. This Earth Week, we will raise our glasses to toast the planet and recognize meaningful action for a brighter, greener future.


GreenFaith Boulder’s Documentary Screening of Fracking the System: Colorado’s Oil and Gas Wars

Who: Community United Church of Christ, First Congregational Church of Boulder and GreenFaith Boulder County in collaboration with Naropa University

Where: Community United Church of Christ 2650 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder, CO

When: Thursday April 25th

    • Nosh and Networking at 6:30 p.m.
    • Screening 7-8:30 p.m.
    • Q&A 8:30-9 p.m

What: A Documentary Screening of Fracking the System: Colorado’s Oil and Gas Wars, which is a political thriller documentary from the front lines of climate justice activism in Colorado, exposing the harms of fracking, the lengths to which the government is complicit with industrial pollution, and the nefarious tactics the oil and gas industry uses to undermine democratic elections.

Doors open at 6:30 for networking and nosh. Film starts at 7:00. The 90-minute screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Brian Hedden and local activists.

All proceeds will go to support the film, the filmmaker and the climate activists on the panel.



Greeley Earth Day Fair & Film

Who: Hosted by Citizen’s Climate Lobby Greeley and attended by Climate Reality Project NoCo, Sustainable Windsor, and more local orgs.

Where: Unitarian Universalist Church of Greeley, 929 1th Street

When: Saturday, April 27th, 11am-2pm

What: Free event with all kinds of Earth Day activities followed by a screening of “Common Ground.”

No RSVP link, but here’s a post with the info


Live From Planet Earth Earth Day Event + Concert

Who: Climatique, 350 Colorado, Sunrise Movement, and more

When: Sunday, April 28th from 3-9pm

Where: Sanitas Brewing, Boulder

What: Join Climatique, in partnership with 350 Colorado, Sunrise, and more for a local music festival and educational Earth Day event centered around the ability for social change! With informational zines and tabling, an open mic and jam session, an art making station, guided clothing upcycling, and policy advocacy, this is an event you do not want to miss! The event is free an open to the public, but we ask that you register so we can gauge attendance.

Bands who will be featured: Bleak Mystique, The Galentines, Frog Rock, and Oja De Luna

What does the event include:

  • Expert Speakers 🗣️
  • Tabling from local organizations to plug into the climate topics you are most interested in 🌎
  • An art making station 🎨
  • Informational Zines 📖
  • Merch on upcylced clothing, in conjunction with a guided clothing upcycling 👕
  • Policy and Advocacey Outreach 🏛️
  • An open mic and jam session 🎤

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